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Situated on a lake, this hotel is 0.6 mi (1 km) from Ampang Point Shopping Centre and 3 mi (4.8 km) from Suria KLCC Shopping Centre. Kelab Darul Ehsan and Embassy ...
Located in Taman Seraya, this hotel is 3 mi (4.9 km) from Ampang Point Shopping Centre and within 6 mi (10 km) of Petaling Street and Petronas Twin Towers. Pavilion ...
Situated in Ampang, this hotel is 0.2 mi (0.4 km) from Ampang Point Shopping Centre and within 3 mi (5 km) of Petronas Twin Towers and Suria KLCC Shopping Centre. ...
The mukim of Ampang Jaya, otherwise known as Ampang, borders a district of the same name within Kuala Lumpur. Covering sections of the Hulu Langat District and areas of the Gombak District in Selangor, the placement puts you within reach of countless attractions, restaurants and shopping complexes. There are also more than enough accommodation providers to pick from. You will find an abundance of everything in Ampang Jaya. Here is a closer look at what this great holiday destination has to offer.
Set in the middle of Kuala Lumpur and Selangor, Ampang is a vibrant area filled with city life. Public transport runs frequent between multiple destinations, making it easy to travel to the outlying areas to bask in awe of the natural beauty. The nightlife in Ampang is outstanding and you can find many venues to party till long into the early morning.
Most mid-range to high-end hotels are found along Jalang Ampang as you travel towards Hampshire Park. This is a popular place to stay if you enjoy shopping, due to the close proximity to the many shopping complexes and restaurants which fill the area. The quality of accommodation ranges from good spacious rooms to the peak of luxury, as is seen at the resorts offering everything from spa access to swimming pools.
If you’re on a budget, search for somewhere to stay around Jalan Kosas. Here you will find the most affordable hotels in Ampang Jaya. Your options range from simple rooms at clean but basic hostels to two-star hotels. Given the large amount of places to stay, the prices here are extremely affordable while the conditions are clean and comfortable overall.
The National Zoo of Malaysia, or Zoo Negara, is one of the primarily attractions in Ampang. At just ten minutes from the town centre, this is an experience that you should not miss out on. Here you can see everything from the common marmoset to giant pandas and over 474 other species of animals. Spanning a massive 110-acres of land, this is the perfect example of an open concept zoo where over 90% of all the animals are given the chance to live in spacious exhibits containing landscaping to match their natural environment.
Consider taking a walk along the stream found in the Ampang Recreational Forest. Here you will find the flowing stream of the Ampang River, which grants the area a serene atmosphere through this nature site filled with easy hikes. There are also many playgrounds to keep your kids entertained, while the numerous shady areas are each perfect for an afternoon picnic.
Within the Kuala Lumpur section of Ampang you can find even more things to do. Don’t miss the downtown area’s National Art Gallery for amazing creative and contemporary art in the form of paintings and sculptures. Visitors can also visit he Istana Budaya which is directly next door. At this, the cultural centre of Malaysia, you can find numerous theatre performances and rich ethnic exhibitions.
Head to downtown Ampang, travelling in the direction of Kuala Lumpur, to find a wide variety of rooftop bars and upmarket cocktail lounges. Head there at night to find locals chasing the latest trends, an exciting atmosphere and the sound of everything from drum and bass to fast paced electronic dance music.
Take the time to shop around for some of tastiest traditional Malay food to be found anywhere in Selangor. The mukim is filled with restaurants serving up great indigenous food. Yet dishes such as Seng Kee are at times strange to those new to the area. This low-budget meal is packed with flavour and a true favourite of the locals. It is at times prepared with slices of pork liver but you more frequently find stir fried pork organs, which is only the open minded will try. However, once you do, you’ll soon see why this is a signature dish of the region.